Betting Late Season MLB Overs at Coors Field

For years Coors Field in Colorado has been notorious for being a hitter-friendly ballpark. These days it’s a rarity that we see the Colorado Rockies play a home game in which the total is less than 10 — an extreme anomaly considering that totals across baseball have been dropping. The main reason behind these high-scoring games…

2014 MLB Win Total Watch

The 2014 MLB season is coming to a close and many bettors are keeping a close eye on their preseason win total bets. For bettors who took the over on the Texas Rangers or Boston Red Sox, these last few games are likely more depressing than a Darren Aronofsky or Gaspar Noe film. Both teams…

MLB Betting Against the Public: High Scoring Overs

We’re constantly preaching the value of betting against the public, and traditionally we have focused on the moneyline when we discuss baseball. Our 2014 MLB Betting Against the Public Report detailed a lucrative system that has earned +110.96 units since the start of the 2005 season; however, many readers have asked us whether this same contrarian…

2014 MLB Betting Against the Public Report

Betting against the public is one of the most simple and popular methods used by Sports Insights’ members. The logic is simple: always bet against the public. Whichever team the public is loading up on, simply bet the other side. We have gone to tremendous lengths to conclusively prove that the MLB Betting Against the…

MLB Sharp Money: Profiting from Reverse Line Movement

At Sports Insights, one of our founding philosophies is simple: always bet against the public. It’s basic, yet historically it’s been tremendously profitable. However, as technology has improved and social media allows news to travel faster than ever; bettors have become smarter and more well-informed. We’ve seen well-educated individuals bypass more traditional professions in favor…

2014 MLB Futures Comparison

We’re less than two months to go in the MLB season and as usual there has been no shortage of surprises. The Baltimore Orioles, who were expected to be cellar dwellers in the always competitive AL East, currently lead the division by 3 games. Similarly the Milwaukee Brewers, who most analysts assumed would struggle to…